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Global Indonesian-Network (GI-Net) is a series of events aiming to promote 
an open and interactive dialogue between the academic world and business practices. …

Global Indonesian-Network (GI-Net) is a series of events aiming to promote 
an open and interactive dialogue between the academic world and business practices.

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  • 1. Media Partners: Global Indonesian Network (GI - Net) A Series of Dialogue between Academic Research and Corporate Practices August 2012 Prof.Dr.Hora Tjitra Dr.Juliana Murniati Dr.Hana Panggabean
  • 2. Media Partners: Executive Summary Global Indonesian Network Global Indonesian-Network (GI-Net) is a series of events aiming to promote an open and interactive dialogue between the academic world and business practices. Involved are people who take an active role in an Indonesian-international working environment. • We make sure that research addresses the needs of businesses and organizations and provide a platform of learning and sharing,where theory meets reality • Themes to be raised in our forum will focus on the three domains cross-cultural competence,talent & leadership development as well as strategic change & transformation • Business implications based on our findings will further be discussed in each of our sessions 2
  • 3. Media Partners: Content 4 The Idea behind Global Indonesian Network 9 Domains of Research and Discussion 14 Some Impressions of Previous Events 20 Channels of Activities and Organizing Members 3
  • 4. The Idea behind Global Indonesian Network Global Indonesian Network offers a platform of knowledge and experience sharing for internationally operating professionals.
  • 5. Media Partners: Three Cross-cultural Psychologists Initiated Global Indonesian Network • Dean of the Faculty of Psychology at Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia • Professor at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou • Leading an international psychological consultancy with the name Tjitra&associates • Focus on cultural diversity,talent management and strategic change • Psychologist and cross-cultural researcher at Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia • Director for Atma Jaya‘s Postgraduate Program and Principal Investigator on Building Global Competencies for Asian Leaders Prof.Dr.Hora Tjitra Dr.Hana Panggabean Dr.Juliana Murniati 5
  • 6. Media Partners: More and more Indonesian Professionals Work in an International Context • With extraordinary economic growth and increasing foreign direct investment,more and more Indonesian professionals will be working in an international context • This brings challenges for companies and leaders, which can be solved by academic support • Global Indonesian Network (GI-Net),therefore, enables leaders to refer to research findings and implement decisions within a scientific framework 6
  • 7. Media Partners: Indonesians who Actively Involve in an International Work Environment are Welcome to our Network • Indonesian returnees who aim at bringing international best practices into the local work environment • Indonesians who wish to pursue a professional career in an international context,at home and/or abroad • Indonesians who hold significant responsibility for international business activities and collaboration • Non-Indonesians who have a significant interest in learning more about Indonesia 7
  • 8. Media Partners: Global Indonesian Network Makes Academic Research Applicable to Business Practices We aim at ... • Promoting a closer linkage and dialogue between academic theory and practical business experience • Providing a profound industry feedback • Ensuring that research addresses the needs of businesses and organizations in Indonesia and beyond • Establishing a common platform of learning and sharing where theory meets reality Actionable business implications will then be presented and discussed during our workshops and seminars. 8
  • 9. Domains of Research and Discussion for Global Indonesian Network We build on 18 years of experience in the domains of culture,talent and change.
  • 10. Media Partners: Culture,Talent and Change are our Domains of Focus Cross-Cultural Competence and Collaboration People working in an international context need to develop a keen sensitivity towards cultural differences and learn to understand the art of balancing global integration and local adaptation from both cultural and business perspectives. Talent and Leadership Development Attracting and developing the right talent is a necessary tool to keep up with internationalization and industry changes.Therefore,our discussions include topics and studies on talent and leadership development at higher management levels. Strategic Change and Organizational Transformation Successfully managing large scale changes involves complex knowledge on business processes.Also,the "human" side of change and organisational transformation is not to be left aside and will hence be subject of our dialogue. 10
  • 11. Media Partners: A Research History of over 18 Years on Global Indonesians* * List of publications displays a selection and is not complete Starting from 1994, Dr.Hana Panggabean,Dr.Juliana Murniati and Prof.Dr.HoraTjitra have investigated in around twelve research topics on Indonesian cross cultural leadership,intercultural competence and behavioural change: 11
  • 12. Media Partners: Many Internationally Operating Companies Have Supported our Research to Date* * This displays a selection,it does not include the full range of organisations. 12
  • 13. Some Impressions of Previous Events Arranged by Global Indonesian Network Global Indonesian Network offers a range of in-depth discussions and seminars to benefit from.
  • 14. Media Partners: Our First International Seminar was a Great Success We started off with our first event “from Local Manager to Global Leader” in July 2011. Speakers and Panelists were • Dr.Mari Pangestu, (Indonesian Minister ofTrade) • Prof.Dr.Hora Tjitra (Zhejiang University,Tjitra&associates) • Dr.Hana Panggabean (Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia) • Sovia Wirjoprawiro (Country CFO,Shell Indonesia) • Ogi Prastomiyono (Director of Compliance & Human Capital,Bank Mandiri) • Antonius Saptorahardjo (Country HR Director,Cargill Indonesia) • Prof.Dr.Bernadette Setiadi (Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia) • Kwan Chee Wei (Executive Director,Human Capital Leadership Institute,Singapore) • Prof.Dr.Ma Jianhong (Associate Dean,Shool of Psychology & Behavioural Sciences, Zhejiang University,China ) 14
  • 15. Media Partners: Our Seminar Earned Affirmative Feedback from the Community and on the News 7/15/11 2:00 PMhttp://new2.portalhr.com/cetak/?id=15681 Page 1 of 2 Jumat, 15 Juli 2011 - 6:58 WIB Berita Atmajaya Gelar Seminar From Local Manager to Global Leader Makin merosotnya perekonomian di belahan dunia bagian Barat, berbanding terbalik dengan apa yang terjadi di Asia. Dalam dua dekade terakhir ini, dunia internasional menyaksikan perkembangan ekonomi Asia yang mengesankan. Lantas, apakah kita sudah siap? Asia tengah bergeliat. Hampir semua korporasi berskala internasional beroperasi di Asia yang membuat benua ini menjadi kawasan dengan pertumbuhan ekonomi paling pesat di dunia. Dengan diluncurkannya Asean-China Free Trade Agreement (ACFTA) tahun lalu, globalisasi menuju sebuah era baru, yaitu kerjasama Pan Asia yang akan menciptakan kawasan pasar bebas terbesar ketiga di dunia yang menjangkau populasi global terbesar. Pesatnya kemajuan ekonomi disertai dengan perdagangan internasional dan investasi asing di Asia membawa korporasi lokal dan multinasional pada kesadaran akan pentingnya mengelola keberagaman masyarakat Asia, mencakup keberagaman ras, etnik, agama, maupun bahasa, baik untuk kalangan internal (pemilik usaha, karyawan, investor) maupun dengan pihak eksternal (suppliers, pesaing, dan pelanggan). Ada tiga pertanyaan penting bagi pemimpin Asia saat ini. Pertama, bagaimana mengenali kompetensi global tersebut. Kedua, bagaimana mengembangkan kompetensi global untuk efektivitas individu dan organisasi? Untuk menjawab pertanyaan tersebut, Fakultas Psikologi dan Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat (LPPM), Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, bekerja sama dengan berbagai pihak akan menggelar Seminar Internasional bertajuk “From Local Manager to Global Leader: Building the Global Competence for Asian Leaders in response to the New Globalism” Menurut Prof. Hora Tjitra, salah satu pengagas seminar ini menyebutkan bahwa dengan adanya seminar ini berusaha memfasilitasi pemimpin Asia untuk mengembangkan kompetensi global mereka. Hal ini menjadi penting karena kemajuan ekonomi yang pesat harus juga diimbangi dengan kepemimpinan yang kuat dan pengembangan talent yang menjamin pertumbuhan yang berkesinambungan. (Baca juga: Prof. Dr. Hora Tjitra: Anak Surabaya yang Kini Melenggang di Negeri China) “Melalui diskusi dengan tim pembicara, panelis dan moderator yang kompeten, peserta seminar dapat mengembangkan wawasan dan berkesempatan untuk berkontribusi dalam diskusi tentang kompleksitas kepemimpinan dalam mengelola tim kerja multicultural Asia,” imbuh Hora. Beberapa pembicara dan moderator dalam seminar yang rencananya akan dihadiri oleh Dr. Mari Pangestu, Menteri Perdagangan RI, sebagai keynote speaker, masing-masing diantaranya adalah Kwan Chee Wei, Executive Director HCLI, Singapore, mantan Regional Director for the Human Capital Group (Asia Pacific) di Watson Wyatt (sekarang TowersWatson), Prof. Dr.Hora Tjitra, Guru Besar Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University, China, Dr. Hana Panggabean, Direktur Sekolah Pascasarjana Unika Atma Jaya, Prof. Bernadette Setiadi, Ph.D, Guru Besar Psikologi Lintas Budaya, Unika Atma Jaya, Ogi The great resonance encouraged us to initiate GI-Net as a whole series of events. 15
  • 16. Media Partners: Our Roundtable Discussions Provide Profound Understanding and Opinion-Forming Starting with a presentation of the most current research results,we follow up by intensive and in-depth discussions on implications for businesses based on these findings. April 12th roundtable discussion: How to develop high-potentials and qualify them to become good leaders in an international context? May 15th roundtable discussion: How can high-potentials be encouraged to facilitate change processes effectively? 16
  • 17. Media Partners: Our Seminar in June was Attended by More than 100 Enthusiasts of Mid- and Top Management Levels June 23rd seminar: How can we facilitate foreign graduates who wish to pursue a career in Indonesia to climb to the top of the career ladder? • Hadi Kasim (CEO,Triputra Group) • Adi Harsono (VP of KS Energy Singapore) • Dr.Agung Nugroho (Vice Rector I, Atma Jaya University) • Lunggar P.Siputro (Sales Development Manager,Shell Indonesia) • Subagyo Wirjantoro (Technical Director at Schott) • Dr.Hana Panggabean (Director for Graduate Program,Atma Jaya Catholic University of Infonesia) Topic of our first research: Differences in leadership styles between Chinese,Singaporeans and Indonesians Consequent current research: Challenges and barriers for mid-management level and young professionals in Indonesia who aim at a professional career in an international context Panelists and Keynote Speakers were 17
  • 18. Media Partners: Many Internationally Operating Companies Have Supported our Network to Date* * This displays a selection,it does not include the full range of organisations. 18
  • 19. Media Partners: Global Indonesian Network Can Add to Your Success • You will be able to apply current research to the challenges faced in daily business life • Get in touch with people in similar work environment to share knowledge and experience • Develop yourself in the area of intercultural diversity, talent and change management • Add value to your organisation with concrete knowledge on current international business matters and industry characteristics 19
  • 20. Channels of Activities and Organizing Members of Global Indonesian Network You can join in and stay informed by following various channels of activities and approaching our organizing members.
  • 21. Media Partners: Various Channels of Activities Give You the Chance to Participate • Roundtable Discussion • Skill-building Workshop • International Seminar Join our face-to-face events: www.globalindonesian.net Global Indonesian Network @Glob_Indonesian Follow our recent discussions online: There will be around ten events a year to join. 21
  • 22. Media Partners: Get to Know our Organizational Committee Advisory Board ‣ Prof.Dr.Bernadette Setiadi Professor for Organizational and Cross- cultural Psychology,Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia ‣ Y.W.Junardy President Commissioner,PT Rajawali Corporation - Indonesia Global Compact Network Host ‣ Dr.Juliana Murniati Dean of the Faculty of Psychology, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia Academic Director ‣ Prof.Dr.Hora Tjitra Associate Professor for Applied Psychology, Zhejiang University,China ‣ Dr.Hana Panggabean Director for Graduate Program, Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia Project Manager ‣ Kristina Aryanti M.Psi.,Psychologist, Associate Consultant, Tjitra Management Consulting,Jakarta 22
  • 23. Media Partners: Get to Know our Strategic Partners Co-Hosting Partners Media Partners Zhejiang University is one of China's oldest institutions of higher education. KONTAK - KMKI is a large community for Indonesian Catholic students and alumni in Europe. PortalHR is a leading Indonesian online magazine on Human Resources topics. 103.8 FM BRAVA RADIO is a leading radio station for business people and others who consider themselves as decision makers. 23
  • 24. Thank You Contact us via … Mail: Website: LinkedIn: twitter: Media Partners: h.tjitra@tjitra.com http://globalindonesian.net Global Indonesian Network @Glob_Indonesian
  • 25. Organized Events Media Partners: 1 July 20th 2011 From Local Manager to Global Leader: Building the Global Competence for Asian Leaders in Response to the new Globalism 2 April 12th 2012 Developing Change Competence for High-Potential Talents: Insights from CEO's studies on Change 3 May 15th 2012 From Local Manager to Global Leader:A Journey of Learning,Leading and Serving 4 June 23rd 2012 Tapak Tilas ke Puncak Karir: Pengalaman antar budaya dan study LN sebagai titik tolak dan dasar kesuksesan 5 July 18th 2012 Global Best Practices in Indonesian Context: Insights from CEO's studies on Change Leadership
  • 26. INVITATION Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia Semanggi Campus, C Building, Room 801 Jl. Jend. Sudirman No. 51, Jakarta Selatan Thursday, April 12, 2012 08.30 - 12.00 Developing Change Competence for High-Potential Talents: Insights from CEO's studies on Change Dialogue Academic Research and Corporate Practices Global Indonesian Network
  • 27. Developing Change Competence for High-Potential Talents: Insights from CEO's studies on Change Shared by:Prof.Dr.HoraTjitra Associate Professor for Applied Psychology,Zhejiang University,China Companies worldwide are continuously undergoing significant challenges.To improve their bottom-line performance,they have to react and pro-actively undertaken constant changes and transformation. The insights from our recent studies of change leadership covers: ✴ Insights from CEO and other C-Level Executives from Indonesia, Germany,US and France,incl.Astra,GE,BCA,Danamon,Mandiri. AAM,Total,as well as Siemens,SAP,Commerzbank,Michelin etc. ✴ Where leaders’successes and failures exist in leading large scale change – through their own report of self learning as well as their assessments of their organization’s capacity to change. ✴ Human dilemmas the leaders faced when becoming the leader of a large scale change,also looking at the kinds of solutions that address these dilemmas. ✴ The challenges of change as represented by both the leader and the organization. Global Indonesian Network: Dialogue Academic Research and Corporate Practices
  • 28. From Local Manager to Global Leader: A Journey of Learning, Leading, and Serving  Academic  Research  and  Corporate  Practices  Dialogue INVITATION Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia Semanggi Campus, C Building, 8th Floor, Room 801 Jl. Jend. Sudirman No. 51, Jakarta Selatan Tuesday, May 15th, 2012 08.30 - 12.00 GlobalIndonesianNetwork
  • 29. From Local Manager to Global Leaders: A Journey of Learning,Leading,and Serving Shared  by: Y.W.  Junardy President  Commissioner  of  Rajawali  Group Former  CEO  of  IBM  Indonesia   Dr.  Hana  Panggabean School  of  Graduate  Programs  -­‐  Director Atma  Jaya  Catholic  University  of  Indonesia Asian   economies   have   been   growing   impressively,   most  of   the   worldwide  operating   corporations  are   present   and   engaged   actively   in   the   region.   The   demand  for  Asian  business  leaders  who  are  able  to   work   effectively   in   multicultural   environment   and   manage   cross-­‐borders   with   high-­‐impact   becomes   much  greater  than  ever.   Mr.   Junardy,   who   has   established   himself   as   a   successful   Indonesian   leader   at   home   and  abroad,   will   share   his   best   practices   and   reflections   on   moment  of  truths  and  key  learning   experiences  on   his  journey  of   learning,  serving   and  leading   (asah,   asih   and   asuh).  Dr.   Panggabean   will   introduce  key   findings   of   our   recent   study   of   cross-­‐cultural   leadership*   focused   on   best   practices   from   Indonesian   leaders   who   has   proven   themselves   successfully   working   in   the   international   environment,   either   in   Indonesia   or   abroad,   and   instigating   recommendations   for   organizational   systems   to   support   Indonesian   culturally   effective   leaders.   Global Indonesian Network : Dialogue : Academic Research and Corporate Practices *supported  by  HCLI,  Singapore
  • 30. SHARING DAN DIALOG: PRAKTISI DAN AKADEMISI Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya Kampus Semanggi,Gedung Yustinus Lantai 14 Jl.Jend.Sudirman No.51,Jakarta Selatan Sabtu,23 Juni 2012 13.00 - 20.00 WIB Tapak Tilas ke Puncak Karir: Pengalaman antar budaya dan study LN sebagai titik tolak dan dasar kesuksesan U N D A N G A N Global Indonesian Network
  • 31. Talk Show - Panelis: ‣ Hadi Kasim CEO,Triputra Group ‣ Dr. A.Y.Agung Nugroho Wakil Rektor 1,Unika Atma Jaya ‣ Adi Harsono VP of KS Energy Singapore ‣ Subagyo Wirjantoro Technical Director,Schott Indonesia ‣ Lunggar P.Siputro Sales Development Manager, Shell Indonesia Pembicara Utama: ‣ Dr.Hana Panggabean Direktur Program Paska Sarjana,Unika Atma Jaya Global Indonesian Network Dialog:Riset Akademis dan Praktisi Organisasi Berdasarkan analisa karir dari top 45 Indonesian public listed company,menarik untuk disimak bahwa lebih dari 50% BOD pernah mengecap pendidikan di luar negeri,dan 25% nya mengawali karir mereka di MNC. Acara ini akan memfasilitasi sharing dan diskusi mengenai suka duka,peluang dan tantangan serta adaptasi budaya dalam meniti puncak karir di indonesia bagi mereka yg memiliki pengalaman antar budaya intens. Tindakan dan saran yang dapat diberikan,baik kepada organisasi maupun kepada individu,akan di dibicarakan dalam diskusi panel. Tapak Tilas ke Puncak Karir Pengalaman antar budaya dan study LN sebagai titik tolak dan dasar kesuksesan
  • 32. Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia Semanggi Campus,C Building,Room 801 Jl.Jend.Sudirman No.51,Jakarta Selatan Wednesday,July 18th 2012 08.00 - 12.00 Media Partner : Global Best Practices in Indonesian Context: Insights from CEO's studies on Change Leadership PERSONAL I N V I T A T I O N Global Indonesian Network Change
  • 33. Global Best Practices in Indonesian Context: Insights from CEO's studies on Change by Prof.Dr.Hora Tjitra Associate Professor for Applied Psychology,Zhejiang University,China Facilitated by: Dr.Hana Panggabean,School of Graduate Programs-Director Global Indonesian Network Dialogue: Academic Research and Corporate Practices Companies worldwide are continuously undergoing significant challenges.To improve their bottom-line performance,they have to react and pro-actively undertaken constant changes and transformation. The preliminary insights from our recent studies of change leadership in Indonesia,China,Singapore,US,Germany and France covers: ✴ Insights from CEO and other C-Level Executives from Indonesia,Germany,US and France,incl.Astra,GE,BCA, Danamon,Mandiri.AAM,Total,as well as Siemens,SAP, Commerzbank,Michelin etc. ✴ Where leaders’successes and failures exist in leading large scale change – through their own report of self learning as well as their assessments of their organization’s capacity to change. ✴ Human dilemmas the leaders faced when becoming the leader of a large scale change,also looking at the kinds of solutions that address these dilemmas. ✴ The challenges of change as represented by both the leader and the organization. Media Partners: